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Halitosis
Halitosis or bad breath is defined as an unpleasant, offensive breath odor.

Food - Medicine or Killer?
The famous ancient Greek physician Hippocrates said, ďLet food be your medicine and let your medicine be food.Ē

Prostate Cancer Symptoms and Prevention
After skin cancer, prostate cancer is the second most common diagnosed cancer for men in the U.S.

PSA Blood Test
PSA (prostate specific antigen) is produced by prostate cells and is found in both the semen and blood. And, itís just one of several tests used to diagnose prostate cancer.

Sex And The Prostate
Regular exercise and an active sex life may help reduce prostate cancer risk.

Chronic Prostatitis Symptoms and Statistics
Chronic prostatitis symptoms can lead to prostate cancer, the number two cancer killer of men in the U.S. But you can protect yourself naturally.

Exercise Shoes To Choose
Are your exercise shoes getting soft and squishy? If itís because theyíre worn out, then itís time to replace them. You could be putting yourself at risk for foot and ankle injuries, if those comfy old shoes of yours arenít giving you good support.

Birth Defects Linked To Sugary Foods
Birth defects of the brain and spine have been found to be twice as high for women who eat lots of sugary, high glycemic and processed foods around the time of conception.

Healthy Habit Suggestions
To stimulate your imagination and jog your memory, here are examples of some healthy habits you might consider taking on.

Effects of Smoking and Memory Loss
Effects of smoking are clearly devastating. But, if you need another reason to give it up, try to remember this one. Research published in the American Journal of Public Health shows that smokers over the age of 40 have a much faster rate of memory loss than non-smokers.

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